Sumant Sinha

Next Govt Will Reap Benefits Of The Work Done By Modi Govt


13th May, 2019;  Source: BW BusinessWorld


In an exclusive conversation with BW Businessworld’s Suman K Jha, Chairman and Managing Director of Renew Power Sumant Sinha talks about the economy, ongoing elections, and the Modi and Manmohan years On the overall business climate I think the business climate in the country is certainly improving There is a... Read More


Election 2019: So, what are we voting for?


26th Apr, 2019;  Source: The Economic Times


Like every Indian, I, too, have been faced with the inevitable choice of which way to vote The responsibility to vote is individual, but the outcome is collective For me, the most important issue is economy — how do we lift much of India out of poverty and improve their living standards Once our income levels as a... Read More


BJP has helped the middle class realise its aspirations


24th Apr, 2019;  Source: Hindustan Times


By creating a robust fiscal architecture, arresting inflation, and improving ease of business, it has ensured growth One of our biggest challenges is to create enough jobs for India’s growing work force The NDA’s emphasis on upgrading our dated academic curricula to focus on innovation, research and emerging... Read More


Sumant Sinha

Perseverance Always Pays


20th Nov, 2018;  Source: BW BusinessWorld


I largely attribute my perseverance to the strong belief in this sector and its huge potential in the coming years Back in 2010, I wanted to do something radically different from what I had been doing for the last 20-25 years I had seen my father, an IAS officer, quit his comfortable job at a similar age and enter... Read More


Setting The Economy On A Stable Course


12th May, 2018;  Source: BW BusinessWorld


As a nation, we need to improve the capability of the government as a whole to govern, with better quality outcomes, with more diverse knowledge and experience backing decision making The latest report by the UN World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) projects that India will remain the fastest-growing major... Read More


Modi @Davos: PM has to be India’s Marketing Chief


17th Jan, 2018;  Source: The Economics Times


Modi will have to lay out India’s position in this ever-changing world, and his personal views as the prime representative of a sixth of humanity This year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting at Davos, Switzerland, that will take place during January 23-26 comes with a very different background from the last... Read More


India@100: No More About Climate Change


29th Aug, 2017;  Source: BW BUSINESSWORLD


The renewable energy sector presents a great investment opportunity for India to capitalise on As India completes 70 years of independence, the narrative of a young dynamic nation has become an integral part of discussion around the world Since independence from colonial rule, the average income of people has... Read More


It’s the Future, Sunshine


18th May, 2017;  Source: The Economic Times


The recent articles by Swaminathan S A Aiyar(Roll Out The Sun, But Gently') and an editorial('Solar power Calls For New Accounting') on this page have cast doubts on the Centre's  100GW target for solar energy  by 2022  The write ups have argued that solar prices are going to drop further on account of... Read More


The Tipping Point For Climate Change is nigh Upon Us


5th Jan, 2017;  Source: Mint


Up untill now, the conversation on the issue of climate change has almost always been hopeful In various rounds of international negotiations, we have looked into the future and said that if we cap global carbon emissions, we will be able to stop temperature increases Click on the link below to read full... Read More


NO SHORT CUTS TO REVIVAL


22nd Aug, 2013;  Source: Tehelka


Readjustment over time, not knee-jerk reactions, is the need of the hour It has been evident to economy watchers, since at least the beginning of last year, that the Indian economy would deteriorate rapidly if corrective action was not taken It was clear that the government's lax economic policies were leaving the... Read More